Majordomos were once the most hated of all the film crews in Hollywood, and now they’re being honored in a new film, one that celebrates their collective bravery and resistance to fascism.
Director Adam Wingard, a former director of the legendary B-movie B-Movie, The Graduate, was honored at a screening of Majordoms Last Stand on Wednesday in Los Angeles.
He said the film, directed by Oscar-nominated filmmaker Andrew Rannells, tells the story of the crew’s mission in 1943.
“We are the last people standing,” Wingard said.
“When the Nazis came into town, there was this sense of panic.
We had to get to the front lines.”
“I’m not saying this as a criticism,” Wingards said.
“But there was no way to get the Nazis out of this country.
We could have been taken to the mountains, we could have got killed.
The only way we were going to get out of here was to get into this film.”
The film is based on the novel by Paul Haggis, The Majordome, which was originally published in 1936 and was adapted by the late Oscar-winning screenwriter Robert Altman into a film starring Tom Cruise in 1943, the year the war began.
It follows the story from the crew members’ perspective, with a mix of flashbacks and interviews with survivors.
Wingard said the movie is also a political statement, noting the resistance was largely made up of white Americans.
“The Majordomes Last Stand” is a film that shows the world that the only thing that could stop fascism was a film,” Wingands said.”
There is no other way,” Wingas said.
The MajoMajordomo is a collaboration between Wingard and Rannell, who won a Golden Globe for his work on the B-Movies.
He’s working with the producer of the film on the screenplay, and the producers are producing a documentary on the film.
It’s a film Wingard has worked on with his brother, who has worked in the film industry for more than 40 years.
The Majormomo has been hailed as a movie that will inspire generations of film-goers to confront the fascist threat and to fight against the threat of fascism.
It is the first film Wingards production to make since he won the Oscar for Best Director for The Graduate.
Wingard is also working on a new version of the movie that has been set up at a local school, and it will be released in 2018.
Wingards film will be the first movie Wingard made in more than 20 years.
He told the audience at the screening that the film’s message is one of bravery, resistance, and respect.
Majors Last Stand was screened in Hollywood on Wednesday at the El Rey Theater in Inglewood, California, and also in New York City, with performances by bands such as the New York Dolls, Sleepless in Seattle, and Zootopia.
The festival also released a special edition of the book that features new interviews with some of the men who made the film in 1944, including Robert Fiske, the director of The Graduate; the director, producer, and producer of Majo Mambo, Michael Mann, and Steve McQueen.